101 Best Scenes Ever Written: A Romp Through Literature for Writers and Readers

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Linden Publishing, Oct 1, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 244 pages
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Readers will delight at the best scenes ever written. They will find old favorites and savor scenes new to them. With each scene, Barnaby Conrad provides insights as to what the author wishes to accomplish with this passage and the literary devices he or she employs. Any avid reader will enjoy Conrad's "101 Best Scenes Ever Written," but countless fledgling and established writers will benefit enormously by sampling and studying these gems from the masters of the written word.
 

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This book thoroughly dissects the basic building block of creative writing: the scene. Building on his own experience as an author of more than 30 fiction and nonfiction books, Conrad (founder ... Read full review

Contents

Of Scenes
1
Beginnings
7
Purely Visual Scenes
22
Action
27
Adventure
35
War
54
Romance
67
Revenge
97
Humor
117
Horror
153
Juveniles
174
Endings
194
L Envoi
231
Index
235
Back Cover
241
Copyright

Betrayal
108

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Barnaby Conrad is the bestselling author of Matador, Death of Manolete, and 101 Best Beginnings Ever Written, and a contributor for The Writer.

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